"Horrible, disorganized place. Stay away. HR and management play games with your career and have no respect for your time."
"A company culture where you will thrive if you do not wish to advance and are willing to work long hours. If you are servile in your demeanor and don't mind working in a place with no windows, you may fit in here. Military based atmosphere."
"Lockheed Martin took over the contract at Fort Campbell, KY in July 2013. Within 4 months there were over 100 employees laid off. More were to follow. Morale is generally low at this site. The AH-46, CH-47 and UH-60 RESET Manager's positions have all seen a minimum of 3 changes of leadership in the past 22 months. Forget about bettering yourself or your position here. Job interviews are just a corporate requirement. The "good old boy" local network has pretty much decided the outcome before the interviews are conducted. Experience and qualifications are not that important."
"Great projects, but long hours in certain fields can burn you out."
"I have worked for Lockheed Martin for 8 months, it is great place to work, I really like it."
"Great way to spend my internship. Being a software engineer at Lockheed Martin, I was able to learn many technologies to assist my career in the future. Unfortunately, all operations were moving to Denver from Phoenix and I was not willing to relocate."
"I've worked for Lockheed Martin for almost a year now. The company seems to have a very employee friendly atmosphere and has many resources available for skill and career growth. I have the opportunity to expose myself to new skills and opportunities while being able to be a productive contributor to the products we deliver to our client."
"I have worked for LMSSC since 1996, but have almost gotten laid off several times due to programs ending or being downsized. I was even put on WARN even though I had more experience and proper skills than a younger, female engineer at the same rate, who later needed me to show her how to use the thermal analysis tools that the director said that they didn't need. I am currently working in Facilities, but they are downsizing and seem to be moving everything that they can to Denver. Because I was previously at a higher position, I can't get pay raises and so far, they haven't promoted me back to Staff level or higher, while I have my professional Engineer license and am doing more than the previous engineer. The work is fun enough and varied, but a lot of paperwork, especially after they moved to a new maintenance management system."
"I worked for Lockheed Martin since 2001 as a full time employee and had a stint of over a year as a sub-contractor. They are a great company to work for if you have drive and initiative. If you are willing to put in the hard work, you can be successful."
"The people are great, however if you are at one of the smaller sites there may be impediments to advancement. The relationships between sites can vary, but I would say if you are at a smaller site prepare to get dumped on by whomever is above you."
"LMC has been a great company to work for. I encourage others, should they get the opportunity, to work here."
"I've worked at Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control for a little over three years. I enjoy the 9/80 work schedule and I enjoy the team cohesiveness. I was disappointed in some of the corporate policies and the difficulty in getting raises and promotions without applying for other positions. Great work benefits including flex time, work from home, and saving vacations."
"Large company, with great benefits, good work life balance, 980 schedules. Cons are non diverse management, good ole boy system of promoting."
"Pay cuts, on top of pay cuts."
"I love this place."
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